CSS3 test Posted on Monday, February 11th, 2013 at 2:42 pm. PT Written by Jim Dalrymple Test your browser. I got two different scores in Safari, although they were close. Chrome scored about nine points higher. samdchuck “This test checks which CSS3 features the browser recognizes, not whether they are implemented correctly.” Dumb. http://twitter.com/ozzicam Cam My results: Camino 2.1.2 37% Safari 6.0.2 55% Firefox 18.0.2 56% Chrome 24.0.1312.57 63% WebKit 537+ 65% http://www.johncblandii.com John C. Bland II Chrome FTW! Friends don’t let friends Safari! Gonji Except of course when they don’t want their friends to be information farmed by Google. http://www.johncblandii.com John C. Bland II Lulz. Keep believing that. Gonji Gotta believe in something http://www.johncblandii.com John C. Bland II Yep but I stay away from conspiracy theories. Gonji Nothing like a good conspiracy theory to get idle minds moving Joe In what possible way is it a conspiracy theory to propose that Google makes almost ALL OF ITS REVENUE by data mining and selling its users personal information in the form of ad targeting? This is simply a fact. http://www.johncblandii.com John C. Bland II Lawd y’all kill me with that. Show me one instance of Google selling personal data, not basic usage data (views, browser, etc). Gonji My results Safari on iPad 3 6.1 – 55% Chrome 24.— on Windows 7 machine (gag) – 63% IE9 on Windows 7 machine – complete fail. Didn’t run at all.